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April Fantastic Falcons

Kindergarten:  Kyler Young, Regan Swensen, Lydia Wall, Brenna Young, Karissa Young, Paige Henderson, Haven Krause, Elijah Green

Miss Taylor:  Kord Larsen

1st Grade:  Jacob Veatch, Sophie Hartvigsen, Treydn Schafer, Asthon Henderson, Isaac Christensen, Claire McCann, Bridger Petersen, Andrew Ramondini, Courtney Argyle, Kira Hamblin, Tess Glazier

2nd Grade:  Charly Christensen, Jackson Hallows, Evann Garner, Carson Whitaker, George Clayton, Ian Cope, Grant Barney, Matthew Horton, Kevin Young

WALK-A-THON

Students had a great time at the walk-a-thon on Tuesday, April 23rd.  They raised over $6,000 dollars.  

March Fantastic Falcons

Congratulations!

  • 6th Grade:

Sarah Watson, Caden Black, Sadie Geyerman, Alesha Turnbow, Autumn Merrill, Saige Glazier, Tyler Francom, Oakley Palfreyman, Nick Adamson, Lexi Clark, Alexa Nielson, Aubrey Snow, Aubrey Tasker, Parker Wasson, Sam Stewart

  • 5th Grade:

Kapri Boggess, Chase Higgison, McKenzie Shoemaker, Lily Dayton, Bryan Arias, Alison Horton, Hannah Brockbank, Heston Wood, Josh Abbott, Miah Hartvigsen, Christian Hawkins, Ashton Snow 

White Ribbon Week - Protect Your Mind!

The PTA is sponsoring White Ribbon Week (Internet Safety Week). The theme for this year is "I've Got the Power!"  Throughout the week students will learn about internet safety and participate in different themed days.  Monday's theme was "Protect your mind!"  Students were taught to "crash and tell" if anything online makes them feel uncomfortable.  Students were encouraged to wear hats to show that they will "protect" them minds.

A "Treasure Chest" of Rare Books is Explored at Foothills Elementary

Mrs. Tanner from the University of Utah Marriott Library Book Arts Program spent a whole day with fifth-grade students at Foothills Elementary in Salem, Utah.  She shared with them a “treasure chest” of rare books.  Students were able to view and handle hand-painted scrolls, a clay tablet, a palm leaf book, and more.  Students discovered how to make a variety of books and were able to “write” on their very own clay tablet.  

 

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